Duke of York’s Theatre

Opened: 1892
Capacity: 646 seats

History:

  • The Duke of York’s is one of the West End’s best-loved playhouses. The first production of J M Barrie’s Peter Pan opened at the theatre in 1904 and was revived every Christmas for the next ten years.
  • Celebrated productions in subsequent years included Half Life with John Gielgud, Clouds with Tom Courtenay and Felicity Kendal, and American Buffalo starring Al Pacino.
  • ATG purchased the venue in 1992 and a host of successes followed, including the long running Stones in His Pockets and two seasons of plays from the Royal Court Theatre including The Weir and more recently Posh, Jumpy, Constellations and Perfect Nonsense.

Duke of York’s Theatre, St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4BG

Contact: Grace Christie, Theatre Manager 

gracechristie@theambassadors.com

Stage Door 020 7565 6500

Grace Christie DOY

Parking / Transport Information

Leicester Square tube station is a 2 minute walk from the Duke of Yorks Theatre.  The nearest national rail station is Charing Cross, which is approximately a 5 minute walk to the theatre.

For more information please visit www.atgtickets.com/venues/duke-of-yorks/information/